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Sunny Skies for Brisbane Apartment ...

It’s widely accepted within industry circles that we are through the worst of...

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ICR is the new LVR

Conversation with the Australian banking market on investment assets ...

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Certainty through market constraint...

Over the past 12 months, we've seen investment capital tighten and some slo...

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The rise and rise of non-bank and a...

Until relatively recently, Australia’s major banks dominated construction and investment lending. But within the next 12 months, the developing capital landscape will look quite different. Tha...

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Commercial development leased by Fr...

Stamford Capital has been working with Milligan Group since both our inceptions. We are proud to announce that French advertising and public relations company Publicis Groupe has leased the offi...

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Non-bank lenders on a roll: Stamfor...

Non-bank lenders and alternative foreign funding sources are emerging as potential winners from the banking royal commission, according to a survey by Stamford Capital.

The commerci...

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Non-Bank Lenders, Tech Start-Ups Ga...

A recent report into property market trends and lending sentiment has found that a tightening credit environment is pushing the sector towards alternate forms of property finance.

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Have Chinese investors lost interes...

Regulatory issues and constraints on capital leaving the country have contributed to a noticeable cooling down of interest from Chinese investors since the booming 2014-2017 years - but there’...

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Greater role for broker specialists...

Commercial property finance broker Stamford Capital has set up shop in South Australia, vowing to ease the funding constraints facing local developers and investors.

The ...

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I'm a non-bank lender...get me out ...

2018 is shaping up to be a most interesting year for non-bank capital, particularly in the development finance space…well as interesting as real estate debt can be!

For those wan...

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Stamford expands into Adelaide

Stamford Capital has opened an office in Adelaide as part of its national expansion and appointed Adam Miller as Director.

Miller brings over 20 years’ experience in th...

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South-East Queensland Poised for Pr...

The Queensland economy is now well into recovery stage after an inevitable slump following the mining boom.

In the third quarter of 2017, state final demand rose a signif...

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A new perspective on China

There are still plenty of opportunities in Australia for Chinese developers and buyers. But with the Chinese government tightening capital outflow, it’s not so easy for investors and developers t...

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Is now the time to worry about sett...

As regulatory pressure on lenders intensifies, and a significant volume of apartment developments near completion – settlement default is becoming an increasingly common topic of conversation. It po...

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Hub – Choose the right valuation ...

How to choose the right valuation partner

When you’re securing finance for your next investment or development, you need a good commercial property va...

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New financing options for residual ...

The excess of residual stock on the residential market is causing a few headaches for developers, especially when looking to finance their next project. Here’s why: banks are constricting their hom...

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Where will your bank manager be nex...

Over the past decade, the broker market has rapidly expanded. Back then, mortgage brokers accounted for 15 per cent of residential loans, and now it’s more than 53 per cent. The commercial broker m...

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Challenges ahead for offshore devel...

The number of offshore developers in Australia has risen dramatically over the past five years. Knight Frank Research data shows Chinese developers and investors only held two per cent of total develo...

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Stamford comments on construction f...

Project funding is coming on stream again after the banking market effectively ‘seized’ in mid-2016, but this new money is very choosy and comes at a price, says Stamford Capital’s executive dir...

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Best of NSW crowned at sold-out eve...

More than 20 mortgage professionals across New South Wales received top honours at The Adviser’s Better Business Awards last night. Over 500 people gathered at Sydney’s Sofitel ballroom to recogni...

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CREDIT TIGHTENING IN PROPERTY SECTO...

According to leading economists and market commentators, liquidity has started to tighten in Australian markets in direct response to regulatory changes implemented by Australian Prudential Regulation...

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Investors and developers face mini ...

Commercial property investors and developers can expect a mini credit crunch from Australian banks this year as the rising cost of funds and new regulations start to bite. Intermediaries between banks...

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APRA CHANGES FOR BANKS LIKELY TO HI...

Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)'s proposed change to increase equity allocation on mortgages has been a hot topic for some time within banking circles and its implications will soon ...

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INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS PROVIDE WELCOME...

The past six to nine months have been dynamic for the commercial real estate lending market, in particular the non-bank lending sector, where reduced competition during the GFC stagnated growth and hi...

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Spicing up Finance

When the global financial crisis effectively shut down capital markets, some alternative sources of funding were extinguished and others went into hiatus, causing a sharp contraction in the supply of ...

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Asian Lenders Step Up

Asian banks and institutions are taking greater role in lending to Australia's commercial property sector as traditional lenders have pulled back and some foreign groups exit.Groups including the bank...

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